Reprogenesis is a relatively new clinic - about a year old. Their donor egg success rates are higher (and miscarriage rates lower) than any other clinic I have found in Czech so far - they get a 10% better success rate if you use their embryo monitoring (which is very exciting technology that helps predict the best embryos for transfer based on how and when the embryos divide). And, unlike the other clinic that does embryo monitoring, they still do a day 5 blast transfer (not day 3).
I have never heard of this clinic, so out of curiosity I just googled it, the website doesnt give much info, I couldnt find a price list? but I noticed the address is similar to that of Reprofit, is it an extension of Reprofit? different company? I assume from the address it is in the same area of Brno??
Most of the clinics offer PGD, and in my experience, most do the biopsy in house but actually send the tissue for testing at an outside facility in Prague. Similar to how it is done at many clinics here in the US.
I had my transfer 2 weeks ago and today I got my BFP
We transfered 2 embryos. My beta is 380.
The clinic is very good and their coordinator Petra is just amazing, very helpful and professional.
Ask me questions, what do you want to know about the clinic and I will try to answer you as soon as possible.
Where can we get information about success rates for donated embryos at Reprogenesis?
They have a different protocol from Reprofit, Reprogenesis requires a lot more medication for a FEt, i wonder if this "more medication" has an impact on the success rates.
Have a nice evening
And in cas of just one embryo ?
Do you know if Reprofit uses embryo montoring for donor embryos?
Difficult to make a choice, i don't really like the idea to take so many medication as Reprogenesis asks....i will wait a little more to make my choice....
The success (meaning pregnancy with confirmed heartbeat- not just positive pregnancy) is 35% with 1 embryo.
No, Reprofit does not offer the embryoscope embryo monitoring technology at this point.
Re: the meds for Reprogenesis, it is the typical estrogen & progesterone (they use progesterone shots until after a confirmed pregnancy test then switch to vaginal progesterone) - instead of Lupron Depot,they use Cetrotide (or Orgalutran) to also help prevent ovulation and increase the LH, and Pregnyl because it has a protective impact on the lining. They often have you use HRT (which is a combined pill of estrogen & progesterone) for one month prior to treatment so they can see how your body responds to estrogen (Reprofit uses birth control pills to arrange timing more closely).
SB123, absolutely right - for a fresh cycle the embryo monitoring is optional (500 Euro) in addition to the cycle fee (currently 4500 Euro for fresh donor eggs); but if you are using frozen donor embryos that they prepared in advance from donor eggs and sperm and then froze them at blast stage, the fee they charge for one or two donor embryos includes the embryo monitoring (they just recently adjusted the frozen "donor embryo" pricing so that it is included).
On their pricelist, they call it "CET" and for donor embryos, they offer 1 or 2 embryos - those are the ones that now have embryo monitoring included. A CET of your own frozen embryos may not have it included - it would depend on whether you used embryo monitoring on your fresh cycle.
I tried to find at this clinic's website their treatment price list but I can't find it.... Can someone let me know how to get to it or if you have it, could you please post it here?
Wish you all all the best with your up coming treatments !